caprice

Coyness vs Caprice - What's the difference?

coyness | caprice |


As nouns the difference between coyness and caprice

is that coyness is the property of being coy while caprice is an impulsive, seemingly unmotivated notion or action.

Caprice vs Symphony - What's the difference?

caprice | symphony |


As nouns the difference between caprice and symphony

is that caprice is an impulsive, seemingly unmotivated notion or action while symphony is an extended piece of music of sophisticated structure, usually for orchestra.

Caprice vs Game - What's the difference?

caprice | game | Related terms |

Caprice is a related term of game.


As nouns the difference between caprice and game

is that caprice is an impulsive, seemingly unmotivated notion or action while game is a playful or competitive activity.

As an adjective game is

(colloquial) willing to participate.

As a verb game is

to gamble.

Caprice vs Oddity - What's the difference?

caprice | oddity | Synonyms |

Caprice is a synonym of oddity.


As nouns the difference between caprice and oddity

is that caprice is an impulsive, seemingly unmotivated notion or action while oddity is an odd or strange thing or opinion.

Frame vs Caprice - What's the difference?

frame | caprice | Related terms |

Frame is a related term of caprice.


As nouns the difference between frame and caprice

is that frame is frame, division of time on a multimedia timeline while caprice is an impulsive, seemingly unmotivated notion or action.

Caprice vs Mercurial - What's the difference?

caprice | mercurial |


As nouns the difference between caprice and mercurial

is that caprice is an impulsive, seemingly unmotivated notion or action while mercurial is (obsolete) any of the plants known as mercury.

As an adjective mercurial is

(often capitalized, see (mercurial)) pertaining to the planet mercury.

Vision vs Caprice - What's the difference?

vision | caprice | Related terms |

Vision is a related term of caprice.


As nouns the difference between vision and caprice

is that vision is ghost while caprice is an impulsive, seemingly unmotivated notion or action.

Temper vs Caprice - What's the difference?

temper | caprice | Related terms |

Temper is a related term of caprice.


As nouns the difference between temper and caprice

is that temper is a tendency to be of a certain type of mood while caprice is an impulsive, seemingly unmotivated notion or action.

As a verb temper

is to moderate or control.

Caprice vs Fickleness - What's the difference?

caprice | fickleness | Synonyms |

Caprice is a synonym of fickleness.


As nouns the difference between caprice and fickleness

is that caprice is an impulsive, seemingly unmotivated notion or action while fickleness is the quality of being fickle.

Concerto vs Caprice - What's the difference?

concerto | caprice |


As a verb concerto

is .

As a noun caprice is

an impulsive, seemingly unmotivated notion or action.

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